Covenant Enforcement Survey Results

  The Board is interested in hearing the opinions and concerns of the residents of Harvest Meadows--especially as it pertains to covenant enforcement. The Harvest Meadows covenants were created to help ensure all homeowners maintain and use their lots in a manner that helps protect property values and supports a high quality-of-life standard throughout the community. Certain restrictions are very specific (e.g. no raising of livestock or poultry, no air conditioning units installed in the windows, no storing of boats and campers in the driveways) and other restrictions are intentionally worded with vagueness (e.g. "lots must be kept and maintained in a clean, safe, attractive and slightly condition...") to allow the community latitude on establishing minimum lot maintenance expectations.

Nearly everyone has different views and opinions on what the minimum lot maintenance standards should be and how strictly such standards should be enforced.

Thus, covenant enforcement is a process which your Board will never be able to please everyone. Consequently, the Board believes it is appropriate to periodically survey the homeowners to obtain their opinions and views regarding the covenant enforcement process and, based on the survey results, adjust the maintenance expectations and enforcement standards.

 2015 Covenant Enforcement Survey Results

            COMING IN MARCH 2015!
The Board will be publishing and distributing a covenant enforcement survey in early 2015. The Board looks forward to reviewing the neighborhood's responses and will publish the results here soon after the survey period is closed.

 2014 Covenant Enforcement Survey Results
Survey Period: June 08, 2014 to July 07, 2014

# of Respondents:  54

Scale: 1 to 9 (1 = not important; 9 = very important)